Is the house at Waddesdon Manor open?
Grounds and House open 10am-5pm, Wednesday to Sunday. For the safety of visitors, staff, and volunteers we continue to cap numbers on site. All visitors are strongly advised to book their Grounds admission in advance. A separate ticket is required for each additional element of your visit including House entry.
How much does Waddesdon Manor cost?
Can you walk around Waddesdon?
Waddesdon is a private estate and a working farm and access to the land is only possible via the public rights of way. We welcome all walking visitors to enjoy the beautiful countryside in a safe and responsible way by sticking to the marked footpaths and keeping dogs on a short lead.
Do people live in Waddesdon Manor?
Waddesdon Manor is a country house in the village of Waddesdon, in Buckinghamshire, England. Owned by National Trust and managed by the Rothschild Foundation, it is one of the National Trust’s most visited properties, with over 463,000 visitors in 2019….
Can I cycle through Waddesdon Manor?
Waddesdon Greenway is a safe 4km pedestrian and cycling path linking Aylesbury Vale Parkway, Waddesdon village and Waddesdon Manor. If you wish you may leave your bike in our sheltered rack next to the electric charging points and continue into the grounds via our shuttle bus (Grounds and bus bookings apply).
Can you get married at Waddesdon Manor?
Set in the heart of Buckinghamshire, Waddesdon has rolling landscapes, three venues to choose from and a breathtaking French Renaissance-style château. Booking a wedding at Waddesdon supports the care of the Manor and its historic collections. …
Can you walk around Waddesdon Manor for free?
Although this walk is through part of the Waddesdon Manor estate you don’t need to be a member, or buy tickets, to follow the route as it’s on public and permissive paths. That means that this is a free, circular, family-friendly, (mostly) buggy friendly, paved walk through beautiful Buckinghamshire countryside!
Who was the Baron who built Waddesdon Manor?
Waddesdon Manor, built for Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild in the 1870s to display his collections and entertain fashionable guests.
When did Waddesdon house open to the public?
Created by Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild from 1874, the historic house and garden are open to the public throughout the year. At Waddesdon we have around 400 wonderful volunteers and staff working for us. Why not consider becoming one of them?
What to do in the afternoon at Waddesdon?
Renowned for afternoon teas, Waddesdon continues the tradition of entertainment and hospitality with events celebrating food and wine, and opportunities for you to explore the Manor’s history, collections and gardens through changing exhibitions, talks and tours. Opening hours change with the seasons.
How to find out more about Waddesdon National Trust?
Take a look at some of our online learning resources to help you discover more about Waddesdon. Explore Waddesdon from wherever you are with our 360 degree virtual tours. You can now zoom in on beautiful artworks, intricate furniture and paintings.